Fire at Mukesh Ambani's house Antilia

Eloi Lecerf
Julho 11, 2017

A fire broke out at Indian business magnate Mukesh Ambani's residence "Antilia" located in south Mumbai on Monday night.

Ironically, the fire is believed to have started at a 4G mobile tower installed on the ninth storey at around 9.04 pm. The police and fire brigade were at the spot and the situation was under control.

DNA quoted Prabhat Rahangdale, chief fire officer of BMC saying the fire's intensity was low and it was doused without any hassle with the help of security personnel.

There were no casualties in the incident.

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In a media statement, the company spokesperson said: "There was a small fire in the garden area of Antillia this evening which was quickly brought under control". A spokesperson of Reliance told Times of India that fire was in the garden area and was put out. No one was injured. "The fire was probably caused by a short circuit in the mobile tower".

The blaze was noticed and reported from one of the terraces in "Antilla", the palatial residence of the Ambanis off the posh Malabar Hill. Ambani family has been staying at Antilia since 2010.

The 27-storey Antilia has been described by billionaire industrialist Mukesh Ambani's wife Nita as a "modern home with an Indian heart" and the "only home we have in the world". The 400,000 sq feet mansion also has three helipads on the roof.

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